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federal stimulus money? we will tell you. plus, toyota is facing more penalties from the u.s. government. what is one of the number of missteps for the automaker. 11 new restaurant in the area will be hit with both old and young. >> we have rain and snow up in the mountains on the doppler is a cold start to the weekend. your 70 forecast is coming up. right now, we are down to 46. winds are >> tonight, the government is considering another fine for toyota. at toyota is already facing a fine of more than $60 million for failing to alert officials of the problem. more than 200 lawsuits have been filed against toyota. believe it will mushroom into one of the biggest liability cases ever. >> in our economy report, the state is estimating that 40% went to minorities. 25% of the $600 million received only $85 million. a strong finish to the week on wall street. the dow finished up more than 70 points and even touched the 11,000 mark for the first time since september 2008. lows of just short of the 11,000 mark. -- it closed just short of the 11,000 mark. >> governor marco malley is getting mary
a climate in the first place. >> in tonight's consumer alert, there is yet another recall in toyota involving 2003 toyota sequoyah suv's. there is an issue with the stability control system. toyota says there are no reports of crashes or injuries. owners can bring their vehicles in to get update in the software. >> the future of horizon -- verizon fios is still up in the air. fios is currently offered in surrounding counties, but the company has not announced any plans to expand into the city. a company official offered this explanation. >> we never said we were not coming to baltimore with fios, but clearly, putting pressure on us, trying to do these proceedings, trying to put the company and a negative light is not a good way to convince us to bring fios to the city. >> company officials have said in the past that verizon is focused on areas where they have already been approved to expand. marylanders pay heavily for road repairs. drivers pay about $100 more per year to fix bad roads than those in other states. the added expense for highway deterioration is about $425 and cost mor
determined she died from trauma. toyota may have finally agreed to make amends for the handling of its recent recall. we will have details on the straight ahead. >> toyota may be on the verge of another recall. this time on the lexus line. >> they will always be a fixture. how you can catch governor o'malley hanging out in city hall for years to come. >> we want to go home. >> a sentiment across the board, but there is good news for stranded passengers. >> maybe a little wet weather through the middle of the week. the weather forecast is straight ahead. 49 degrees of the >> the city hall says family along with city officials were there for the unveiling of martin o'malley house official portrait as mayor. it will hang in the press room along with paintings of other former mayors. >> speaking of gov. o'malley, he will kick off his election campaign next week. the official announcement will come during a series of defense stifel 22. a highly anticipated rematch of the 2006 gubernatorial race, o'malley is expected to face bob. rohrbaugh is calling it quits for. he says he will resign september 1
concerning toyota and that regard fine in the doe lay of reporting the gas pedals. good news over airline's and the couldn't row controversial carry on fee. and dancing to finet a cure. >> readings will be kind of quold tonight. the forecast for the week ahead is coming up with clearing skies. right now, the temperature dropped off at 46 andd >> late breaking news from washington. toyota is degreed to pay a $16 million fine for waiting to report the gas pedal problem. by law, the car maker should have reported the defect within five days of finding it. transportation secretary acoozed the secretary of avoiding reporting the problem for four months. >> just a few weekends left to go house shopping. explaining what you need to know to cash in. >> first-time home buyers. it's like we are competing for the money. >> she took it. $8,000 towards the pump of this town home. we'll put it back in the house. >> the result was a $6500 credit for some looking to move up. >> people wanting to take advantage are trying to get iner under that headline. you have until june to settle. they need a downpour
's rates compare to the rest of the country. >> just when toyota's problems seem to be settling down, the automaker puts the brakes on one of its lexus models. >> here he is. >> he is here. >> but where specifically? >> it looked like that. >> and we will tell you how the baltimore city police department is using modern technology to make fighting crime a bit easier. >> changes on the way in the weather. the chilly rain todaying moving south. skies are clearing out. it is going to be cool in the morning, but a warm up is in the way. >> and then, g.m.'s, you use it to get home. now baltimore comes are using it to fight crime. the new tech noth >> well, tonight our i team gets an inside look at the latest step baltimore police are taking to use technology to head off crime. >> the same system that is used to navigate roads is now used for public safety. jayne miller has details. >> the yorlse opening day drew big crowds. fans may have gotten lost in it, but city police officers working the stadium that day we were accounted for every moment through satellite tracking. >> the officers l
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